Louis Rosenfeld is co-author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (ISBN 1-56592-282-4, aka "the Polar Bear Book") and principal of Louis Rosenfeld LLC, an information architecture consultancy. Lou founded Rosenfeld Media, a user experience publishing house, in late 2005.
His most recent book, Search Analytics for Your Site: Conversation With Your Consumers, was published in 2011.
With Christina Wodtke, Lou founded the Information Architecture Institute (see the IAI founders page) and is a member of its Advisory Board. He is also a co-founder of the User Experience Network (UXnet).
Along with Peter Morville, he was the co-founder of Argus Associates,* one of the first firms devoted exclusively to the practice of information architecture.
(*) Due to the closure of Argus Associates in 2001, the ACIA is no longer updated.
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